This was week 2 at Regency Park. Two days of blacktop drills and two days of street rides. The team talked with Principal Tim Hammons before the first class.ABCQuick Check with one girl quick to try out her poses.Favorite comment of the week from a boy as we rode over a speed table, “Ooohh, that hill made me swallow my sneeze.”
Long-time member Doris Hill passed away on April 11. The memorial service was this afternoon. A time to rememberbut also a time to reconnect with people you don’t see very often. In the background, Shirley DeGooyer, a now-retired teacher from RLUSD. In the foreground, Madalyn Pires talking to a baby in a stroller; she’s a friend from my RLSHS 1966 class.All friends from RLSHS-Class of 1969, L-R: Linda Krueger, Teresa Cox, Elaine Mackey, Janis Hill (Doris’ daughter) Deverter, Peggy Lyon. Teresa told me she was my brother Doug’s girlfriend for about 3 months when they were in high school. They used to go riding on his Honda 50 out along the levee. I remember Doug getting in trouble for that more than once.Mary Harris and Jonell, Doris’ granddaughter.A few of these pictures were taken especially for Paula who would have been here to honor Doris and support Janis and her family, but she lives 2400 miles away. Again, Madalyn and Jonell:
I didn’t work on Wednesday, it was a shortened day at Regency Park Elementary. This was also Spring Break for Sophia and Avery so I spent the day with them. I met the window coverings person at my new house in the early afternoon. Sophia and Avery were excited to ride in the golf cart – Ethan in the Lennar office needs to unlock the door for me when I visit.Much to my surprise, after the appointment, I discovered Sophia and Avery had liberally made use of the colorful permanent Sharpie markers I had in the back seat. Oh my!Mom scrubbed Avery (mostly) clean for his tee-ball game.